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CBC Health Services: “We Ring the Bell” campaign goes global

By Bakah Derick   The 2021 edition of the “We Ring the Bell” annual campaign by the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) HealthServices has taken an international dimension. Previously an internal institutional activity, the CBC Health Services in collaboration with Cameroon’s ministries of social affairs and education (basic and secondary) have organised a three-day virtual campaign which goes beyond the institution with many taking part from around the world.. 

CBC Health Services: Uniting with Foumban Council for Children and Persons with Disabilities

The Cameroon Baptist Convention CBC Health Services has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Foumban council to improve services rendered to Children and Persons with Disabilities in Foumban.

Inclusive Education: Educate Children with Disabilities

 Make the world a better place by sponsoring a child living with a Disability to school   DONATE NOW   The Cameroon Baptist Convention(CBC) Health Services is noted for its Promotion of the Right to Education for Persons with Disabilities since the 70s. Thus, CBC Health Services ’ journey alongside persons with disabilities started three decades back.    The institution initially began supporting children with disabilities as part of its mission towards vulnerable groups.    In those early days, the support was essentially limited to health care. Over time, the CBCHS identified other critical challenges faced by persons with disabilities, including education.    Then, to address the educational needs of persons with disabilities and for ensuring holistic and more strategic responses to the academic gap observed, the CBCHS created in 1981 the Integrated School for the Blind, based in Kumbo, and later in 2001, added the In

CBC Health Services Launches Scholarship for Children, Youths with Disability

 The Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services CBCHS has set in motion a scholarship scheme for children and youths with disabilities. The launch which took place on Tuesday November 10, 2020 adds another feather to the work being done by the CBCHS for persons with disabilities. The Scholarship Service for Children and Youths with Disabilities in Cameroon will be managed by the Services for Persons with Disability (SPD) program of the CBC Health Services.

Inclusive Development: Eight NW councils take commitment

Eight councils in the North West Region have signed a memorandum of understanding MoU to promote inclusive development in the region.The councils signed the MoU on Friday June 12 at the close of a three day training w orkshop organised by the Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (SEEPD) Program of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services CBCHS at.the convention headquarters in Nkwen.

CBC Health services project COP19 targets 30 000 new HIV cases in NW

By Ndimbe Usmanu in Bamenda Photo Credits: CBCHS The CameroonBaptist Convention Health Services CBCHS has made public an ambitious plan to identify and place under treatment 30 000 new cases of HIV infected persons in the NW region.

Stakeholders Set Lobbying Machinery on GBV For Insertion Into School Curriculum

By Ndimbe Usman  Public actors and policy makers in the days ahead shall be made to see the urgency of including Gender Based Violence GBV into school curriculum.

Armed Conflict in the NW/SW: Voices of the unheard: in search for education, children with disabilities in need of attention

From Bakah Derick in Bamenda  Several institutions with focus on the wellbeing of persons with disabilities PWDs have expressed concerns over the education of persons with special needs in the conflict hit North West region.